Season 4 was the fourth season of Canadian TV series Road to Avonlea (1990-1996). It premiered with "Tug of War" on January 17, 1993, and ended with "Hearth and Home" on April 11, 1993.


Sara and her cousins continue to wreak havoc and land in trouble, much to the adults’ dismay and disapproval.

Olivia goes into labor and nearly loses her baby. Hetty takes a sabbatical from teaching and begins to write pulp romance novels. Clive Pettibone replaces Hetty as school teacher, but his militant methods of teaching becomes intolerable for the schoolboard committee. Gus Pike begins a heated rivalry with Arthur Pettibone over the right to court Felicity. An American Industrialist plans to purchase Avonlea and convert it into a town of the future. Hetty and Jasper arrange a motion picture presentation to show the town the importance of their community and to reject the proposed offer.

In addition to the light-hearted and fun-filled stories that dominated the first three seasons of the series, each of these episodes is a textured and compelling exploration of life in the mythical farming village of Avonlea.


Main cast
Gema Zamprogna as Felicity King (13/13)
Lally Cadeau as Janet King (13/13)
Sarah Polley as Sara Stanley (12/13)
Jackie Burroughs as Hetty King (12/13)
Zachary Bennett as Felix King (11/13)
Mag Ruffman as Olivia Dale (10/13)
Harmony Cramp as Cecily King (10/13)
Cedric Smith as Alec King (9/13)

Recurring cast

Michael Mahonen as Gus Pike (10/13)
Heather Brown as Izzy Pettibone (8/13)
Alex Floyd as Daniel King (8/13)
Ryan Floyd as Daniel King (8/13)
Elva Mai Hoover as Elvira Lawson (8/13)
Roger Dunn as Bert Potts (7/13)
David Fox as Clive Pettibone (7/13)
Mark Bigney as Morgan Pettibone (6/13)
Barbara Hamilton as Mrs. Bugle (6/13)

John Friesen as Archie Gillis (5/13)
Bradley Sewell as Montgomery Dale (5/13)
Brendan Sewell as Montgomery Dale (5/13)
Maja Ardal as Clara Potts (4/13)
Patricia Hamilton as Rachel Lynde (4/13)
Zachary Ansley as Arthur Pettibone (3/13)
Ian D. Clark as Mr. Tremayne (3/13)
Michael Longstaff as Rupert Gillis (3/13)

Guest cast

Kay Hawtrey as Mabel Sloane (2/13)
James Mainprize as Duncan Kincaid (2/13)
Tara Meyer as Sally Potts (2/13)
Albert Millaire as Pierre Lapierre (2/13)
R.H. Thomson as Jasper Dale (2/13)
Robby Benson as Jonathan Ravenhurst Blackwell (1/13)
Rummy Bishop as Mr. Packet (1/13)
Tom Bishop as Travis Riley (1/13)
Domini Blythe as Mrs. Campbell (1/13)
Bruce Boa as Mr. Harrison (1/13)
Eraldo Campagnolo as Lancelot Dale (1/13)
Chuck Campbell as Calvin Murphy (1/13)
Cecile Clermont as Suzette Moreau (1/13)
C.J. Fidler as Kitty Riley (1/13)
Catherine Fitch as Selina Dale (1/13)

Colin Fox as Galileo Dale (1/13)
Vanessa Harwood as Olympia Dale (1/13)
Michael Hogan as Mr. Dunn (1/13)
Keith Knight as Rev. Fitzsimmons (1/13)
Tyler Labine as Alphie Bugle (1/13)
Peter MacNeill as Emmett Grier (1/13)
Damon Redfern as Duke of Arranagh (1/13)
Diana Rigg as Lady Blackwell (1/13)
Ed Sahely as Gulley Gogarty (1/13)
Julianna Saxton as Minerva Dale (1/13)
August Schellenberg as Simon Redfox (1/13)
Meg Tilly as Evelyn Grier (1/13)
Kay Tremblay as Aunt Eliza (1/13)
Donald Tripe as Casper Dale (1/13)
Gail Webster as Miss Langley (1/13)
Treat Williams as Zak Morgan (1/13)


Julian Peters as Workman (1/13)/Driver (1/13)
Durward Allen as Guest (1/13)
Steven Andrade as Rusty (1/13)
Bob Bainborough as Constable (1/13)
David Brown as Man (1/13)
Peter Glen as Man Adressing Haggis (1/13)
Casey Kramer as Baby Grier (1/13)
Haley Kramer as Baby Grier (1/13)
Nial Lancaster as School Boy (1/13)
Andrew Lewarne as Fisherman (1/13)
James Mainprize as Butler (1/13)

Joe Matheson as Footman (1/13)
Dick Murphy as Man in Crowd (1/13)
Colin O'Meara as Sous Chef (1/13)
Ron Payne as Blacksmith (1/13)
Glen Peloso as Clerk (1/13)
Bob Piedalve as Waiter (1/13)
Neil Randfield a School Boy (1/13)
Julian Reed as Driver (1/13)
Ian Ross as Secretary (1/13)
Jennifer Stevenson as The Lunger (1/13)
John Weisgerber as Salesman (1/13)

Other cast

Luke as Digger (6/13)
Lincoln as Ceaser (1/13)
Willow as Methuselah (1/13)


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